Many Control library providers implement gives you the option to define one color to an element (for example, a panel border). So if a user changes its theme, it is your responsibility to iterate through the complete list of colors and change it.
Windows XP & Vista themes
To make this process a lot easier for you. Qios DevSuite gives you the option to define a color for each Windows theme. So if a user changes the theme, you simply have to do ‘nothing’. You can also define custom themes or invent complete new ones (like Angry Fruit Salad). You can change from themes whenever you want.
To speed things up, Qios DevSuite has implemented the default colors for the 4 default themes and for high-contrast for you. Of course you can change every color of every theme if the default implementation doesn’t suit you.
Creating custom themes
You can easily create an Office 2000, Office XP, Office 2003, Office 2007 or Visual Studio 2005 look and feel for your applications with Qios DevSuite by creating several Themes.
Every control in the Qios DevSuite library has its own color scheme, so you can configure the colors of the controls individually. However you can also use the QGlobalColorScheme to configure the colors globally. Every control will have the colors defined in the QGlobalColorScheme.